Why Writer Randolph Is Wrong About Black Business

Once again, the Writer Randolph attacks the specific Black Businesses that cater to the needs of the Black market and community. He seems to have an itch of some sort, possibly of the rectal nature, when it comes to Black Businesses diversifying. It is interesting that Writer Randolph, who apparently is something of an economist, should frown on diversifying the sorts of items a business sells when most economist tote the ideal of diversification highly. Obviously, the Writer Randolph is of the one trick pony persuasion. Although I live in the Black community, and I have for the most part of my life– in various regions–yet, I’ve never seen rims sold in a restaurant. I’m not sure if I would feel offended as a customer, no more so than when I log onto Google, and they are advertising every new venture that they have decided to expand the brand into.

The Writer Randolph begins his closing statements with an appeal to the “conscious” black community with the phrase “knowledge of self”. I’m completely baffled here. Where are the statistics addressing successful Black businesses at? Am I supposed to be sold on the idea that knowing my self will lead to great entrepreneurial endeavors? Is the Writer Randolph suggesting a “blanket solution” after he lamented so harshly about “blanket solutions”? Is this idealism the Writer Randolph is presenting to us as the solution to our entrepreneurial woes? Could some one get on Twitter and @ reply the Writer Randolph for me? Let him know I’ll buy the drinks, because he is obviously a drinking man…